How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Sundbyholms Slott Eskilstuna
Travel Blogs from Eskilstuna
... Sig made the best coffee by boiling water in a porcelain stove top coffee pot, amazing homemade pies with lard crusts and ginger snap cookies from scratch. Signe loved to play "pitch" and took it seriously. Everyone loved being her partner.
Bruce had the privilege on knowing her for over 20 years and she blessed this earth for nearly 93 years. We had a relaxing afternoon wandering around the town she used to talk about and remembering Great Grandma ...
... have more space for boots and bulky warm clothing. Pupils go out to play in all weathers, unlike in the UK. School lunches are of the serve yourself and help yourself variety with a good choice of hot lunches and salad and vegetables. There is no dessert with the lunch.
... Europe that I can truly say I have felt out of place, lost and suffering from extreme culture shock. Up until then I had traveled to cities and countries that I could speak the language, or at the very least read and understand the signs. Swedish is a language I will not even begin to try and understand. If you try really hard, you can find the English word hidden among 15 additional letters. That brings me to their currency. I arrived ...
... to Barcelona and London. London checked:) ! What can be better then land to your backyard and then just walk home in few minutes)
Till now I remember first parties. Being shy, but still trying to do all the best to find new people, but then you see all the same like you and just making friends by seconds and it never felt easier. Also, I came to Sweden with another Lithuanian girl, but after awhile we stopped hanging out together - probably we found ...
... a day, they feed us and give us a bed for night, and we get the afternoons and weekends off to explore the local area....a pretty fair deal, and a good way to spend some time in an expensive country like Sweden. With about 20 hours of daylight, after a few hours of work there's plenty of time for other things. At this time of year the sun sets about 11pm, then we have dusk for abour 4 hours before the next sunrise.....pretty special and a little hard to get used to. ...